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If you just have 1 AWS account, you could just use that account for billing and development. However, if you have multiple AWS accounts, it is hard to manage each account's billing, so AWS has a way that is using AWS Organizations to consolidate billing.AWS
This blog shows how to connect to AWS Linux or Ubuntu from Mac OS
First, make sure you have the EC2 Instance and have the following 2 things.
have the private key pair available in the Mac OS. (I.E. should be something looks like *.AWSEC2
Steps to provision EC2 Instance
This blog shows how to create EC2 instance.
Go to Compute and click EC2
Click Launch instance at EC2
Choose Amazon Linux 2 AMI
Choose Free Tier, t2.EC2AWS
This blog shows how to using s3 replication within your current AWS account.
Before start doing s3 cross-region or same region replication, make sure the target s3 bucket is ready. If you don't have a bucket, create a new bucket as following.S3AWS
This blog shows how to ssh to EC2 Instance via Chrome Extension Secure Shell.EC2AWS
This blog shows how to use AWS Instance Connect to SSH to AWS EC2 Instance. Unlike use Mac or Windows, you have to download private keys or use Putty to
SSH to the EC2 Instance, this is a much more easy way to connect to EC2 instance by just click the button on AWS.EC2AWS
You'll want to set up billing alarm with AWS, when you want to get notified when the amount goes to a certain limit. The following example is for when you want to get an email from AWS SNS when amount over 5 dollars.
First, let's go to the page to get started.AWS
This blog shows how to share an s3 bucket cross different AWS account.
First, you'll need to set up multiple AWS accounts by using AWS Organization.AWSS3
Use Github repo and AWS Pipeline to deploy to AWS Beanstalk
This blog will show how to use AWS CodePipeline to automate build code and deploy code at Github repo. Following are steps.
Github repo with node.AWS